When searching for the quietest, nicest case for your rig, there are certain features you must look for. Some of these are Size, Air Flow, and Expandability. Thermaltake has been making cases along with their other equipment, targeting the computer enthusiast and hardware modder. Thermaltake’s Aguila case looks to be a well-built and expandable case that’s sure to impress at the next LAN party!
The Thermaltake Aquila is an ATX/BTX midtower that appears quite well designed. With the side window and the modders screen door, it is very visually appealing, and is one of those cases that you could display and be proud of. Manufacturers have to keep up with today’s hardware, as cooling and flexible installation is almost essential in today’s market. Extreme air coolers, water-cooling, and phase change coolers are getting better and smaller, and are being made to be compatible with most PC cases. The Agila is advertised to hold Thermaltake’s Bigwater 735 system (but more on that later) but for now let’s see what this thing has to offer…